Metal Frontrunners TETRARCH Reveal Chilling New Single "Addicted"

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Metal Frontrunners TETRARCH Reveal Chilling New Single "Addicted" + New Video | Listen HERE
New Album, Unstable, out this Friday, April 30 via Napalm Records
Pre-Order HERE
New USA Performance Dates Announced!


This Friday, April 30 marks the highly-anticipated release of Unstable, the groundbreaking sophomore full-length release by Los Angeles based breakout metal stars TETRARCH!

In celebration, the band is following up on their three huge singles "I'm Not Right""You Never Listen" and "Negative Noise" with their fourth and final pre-album release single, "Addicted". The truly massive, spine-tingling endeavor showcases the captivatingly brooding and introspective side of TETRARCH, rounding out a dynamic group of hits.

Frontman and guitarist Josh Fore says:

"'Addicted' is a song about being consumed by something in life that to the outside eye may appear detrimental or dangerous. Even as our world may be spiraling away from us into chaos there’s something that draws us towards our obsessions. 'Now I can see that the joke is on me' is that moment of self-awareness: that we cannot escape who we are and that we are stuck in our own addictions." 

Watch the brand new visualizer for “Addicted” HERE


 

 

Unstable tracklisting:
1) I’m Not Right
2) Negative Noise
3) Unstable
4) You Never Listen
5) Sick Of You
6) Take A Look Inside
7) Stitch Me Up
8) Addicted
9) Pushed Down
10) Trust Me

Unstable will be available in North America the following formats:
  • 4 page CD Digipak + 12 page Booklet
  • 4 page CD Digipak + 12 page Booklet + Patch (Napalm Mailorder – limited to 500 worldwide)
  • 1 LP Gatefold Black Vinyl
  • 1 LP Gatefold Glow In The Dark Vinyl (Napalm Mailorder – limited to 100)
  • 1 LP Gatefold Die-Hard Edition Vinyl (Various Colors Splatter) + Patch + Artprint (Napalm Mailorder – limited to 200 worldwide)
  • Digital Album

 

 

Pre-order Unstable HERE

 

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